Rahma School Graduate will be the first women with hijab working as a nurse in Albania
In August 2017, the first batch of students graduated from the Rahma School.
They have moved onto university to undergo degrees in the following areas:
It costs £500 to sponsor a child for a full academic year at the Rahma School, this cost covers first class private education with state of the art facilities and includes transport to and from the school.
Words from a Rahma School graduate
I am from Albania and my history started in 2006 when I learned everything about my creator and the Quran in their Madrasah, Madrasah Teqe. I didn't know that dreams can come true, but I achieved many things, thanks to them, that no one expected.
In 2013 they built a huge school in my city. This was called the Rahma Academy and it was my High School. I started studying there 4 years ago and I was just a student who was searching for knowledge and nothing else but they gave me more than this.
If Rahma wouldn't exist I wouldn't be able to know my creator, I wouldn't be able to study hard like I have done, I wouldn't be able to be where I am today, studying nursing in one of the best university in Albania and I wouldn't be able to be a good Muslim example for others. I thank the Almighty a lot that I will be one of the first women with hijab working as a nurse in my country. But I thank Him more for bringing Rahma Mercy as a reason for me to know about Islam.
They have been my best support in my journey and I really thank them for everything they have done. I'm praying and I will pray to my creator to reward Rahma people with Janatul Firdaws. Aameen."